A beautiful, healthy lawn is the pride and joy of any homeowner. But sometimes, due to factors beyond our control, our lawns can fall into disrepair. Whether it’s due to a harsh winter, insects, or disease, sometimes these need a little help to return to their green glory. That’s where lawn restoration comes in.
One of the first questions many people ask us when it comes to lawn restoration is “how much will this cost me?” As with any other type of professional service, lawn restoration costs are dependent on a number of factors.
To give you a better idea, let’s go over some of the most significant cost factors so you can be better informed when deciding to restore your lawn.
1. Size of Lawn
One of the most apparent cost factors is the size of your lawn. The larger it is, the more work it will take to restore it and the more it will cost. Remember that this factor will also affect the cost of materials. Purchasing a lot of seed, fertilizer, and other supplies will cost more than if you only need a small amount.
2. Condition of Lawn
Another essential factor in determining the cost of lawn restoration is the current condition of your lawn. One in good condition that needs a little TLC means the restoration process will be less expensive than if it is in poor condition.
If it is in bad shape, it may need to be reseeded or have new sod installed, which will cost more money than simply fertilizing and watering your lawn. In addition, if you have a lot of weeds or bare patches, you may need to treat these problem areas before you start the restoration process.
3. Type of Grass
The grass is a vital feature of any lawn. It provides beauty and prevents soil erosion, helping to regulate temperature differences between daytime hours when it’s hot out versus nighttime ones where there’s less sun shining down on us all very brightly. For this reason, the type of